I’m happy to announce that I have self-published my second hiking book for kids ages (1-10). Sunset Hike is a children’s picture book with diverse characters. It’s about a little girl going on a Sunset Hike adventure for the first time with a group of friends to overcome her fears of being outdoors. Sunset Hike … More Sunset Hike Picture Book!
The aquarium is the largest in the southern hemisphere and 7th largest in the world. It is modeled on a shipwreck so that it’s like you are on the bottom of the ocean. This is an amazingly good place to have fun and learn about marine life. We got to watch penguin feeds, a dolphin … More ushaka Marine World.
Along the Indian ocean in Durban North Beach, while taking a stroll, we come across the sand sculptures, created by homeless, talented young boys and men. I haven’t seen any females yet. you will find sculptures of cars, buildings, animals anything you can think of, we got lucky and found a Disney castle and my … More Durban Sand sculpture.
The Moses Mabhida Stadium is a stadium in Durban, South Africa, It was one of the host stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The stadium has a capacity of 62,760. The stadium dominate the Durban skyline from far, we decided to get up close an personal, we booked a public tour for $7 for … More Moses Mabhida stadium!
Eagle trail is located in peninsula state park, it was highly recommended by a couple of friends, I was surprised that it’s rated difficult. I honestly don’t think it’s difficult, why because my three years old was able to hike it halfway, I will warn you, the trail gets narrow and rocky, bring a carrier … More Peninsula State Park.
We checked out the Hartman state park as a family and discovered the beach. We did an easy hike loop along the lake.it was a perfect day. The trail is super fun, my toddler enjoyed all the kinds of mushrooms that we saw, and instead that I photographed all of them! This is the second … More Labor day Adventure!
Lime Klein trail can be found inside the High Cliff State Park in Sherwood near Neenah. There is plenty of parking, all vehicles require a Wisconsin state sticker to park or pay $8 for day use. We went hiking here on Labor Day, I was surprised to see very few hikers on this nice park, … More Lime Klein trail!